Cara de la Hoyde has recently announced that she is taking antidepressants and tries to calm herself as she is afraid that she will be giving birth completely alone. She is not a single woman and has a very caring husband. However, the current pandemic situation may separate the couple during the most important period of pregnancy: actual delivery.
Cara said that Britain will impose a law that would make it impossible for couples to stay in the same room during the delivery. This practice has been widely adopted by other countries battling the pandemic. There are many concerns regarding the vertical transmission of the virus (from mother to her newborn) as well as possible contamination of the delivery room by a father.
The celebrity posted a photo of herself pregnant with a caption saying that the pregnancy has been very emotional and accompanied by issues that were impossible to predict. It is true that no one in the whole world knew about the danger of the novel coronavirus just five months ago.
Cara shared with her fans that she is once again taking antidepressants to combat the anxiety. The decision that was not easy to make as she considered her teenage years a period of weakness. Currently, Cara is receiving all the necessary attention from doctors and goes through all scheduled procedures according to the plan.
She and her husband have been together ever since their romance on Love Island three years ago. After the birth of their first son, they temporarily split yet reunited just a year later. Now, Cara is pregnant with their second child. However, the timing is very odd and inconvenient, to say the least.
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